55-Rain Is 17

Rain is 17,

She has fears.

Her monthly friend did not come for two weeks now,

She binged with a guy two months ago at a friend’s party,

He offered her a drink that was cool and sweet,

Then she did not recall what happened next,

She woke up in her friend’s bed next morning…


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This is 100% FICTION.

Teen pregnancy or unprepared pregnancy are common all over the world.

The issue is complex and Jingle is glad that “No Dating Is Allowed in her High School”.

Hope that you have fun reading it.

Happy Friday!

😉 😉 😉

64 thoughts on “55-Rain Is 17

  1. A Public Service 55!!
    Brought to you by Jingle..
    Excellent 55 My Friend.
    Thanks for playing, thanks for visiting, and have a Kick Ass Week-End…

  2. oh wow…scary story…all too real. mix teen angst wiht alcohol and a bed…yikes. hope she talks to someone instead of trying to fogure it out on her own.

  3. Very common I suppose. I can’t see a ‘no dating’ policy at a High School actually working though. Maybe a lot more education and some common sense instilled earlier on.

  4. these days its really very tough to save children, even when we have brought them up with best level of common sense.

    i often feel happy that i dont have a daughter though i would have always preferred a daughter than a son.

  5. Let’s see if this is 55:

    Love comes unexpectedly. To the young, the unprepared, the casual let’s see what life brings.

    Like the wetness in the morning after rain, she found herself in a deep damp place. Alone, next to the boy she’d just met, the father of her unborn child. She pulls the covers over her head and hardly breathes.


  6. Excellent 55 my friend. Sometimes big mistakes like that do happen. How silly now days with all the protection there is. 🙂 Have a great weekend 🙂

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